LEXINGTON KY 40502-1602
Contact Information
Address 710 E MAIN ST
LEXINGTON , KY 40502 1602
Phone (859) 281-1171
Contact Name Conley Salyer
At A Glance
IRS Ruling Year 2008
Other ways to donate, support, or volunteer
Mail donation by direct mail.
Volunteer opportunities include service on Board of Directors or Committees, service as an examiner or judge in our annual review of applications for an Award based upon the Baldrige Excellence Framework.
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expenses - All Years
Expense Breakdown - Recent Year
Mission Statement To educate, support, and recognize organizational excellence through the use of performance excellence frameworks
Background Statement KYCPE is an all-volunteer organization comprised of a Board of Directors, Examiners, and Judges, all dedicated to helping Kentucky organizations achieve performance excellence. KYCPE was organized as a 501(c)(3) corporation in 2008.

The Baldrige Excellence Framework is the method used to guide us in our mission. The Framework is the only approach to organizational improvement that addresses all aspects of operations. The Framework consists of questions in seven  Criteria categories - answering the questions helps organizations address everything from Leadership to Innovation. The Criteria are results-based, causing organizations to examine Leadership, Strategy, Customer Focus, Measurement, Analysis & Knowledge Management, , Workforce Focus, and Operations, in terms of Results. KYCP's volunteers believe wholeheartedly in the Performance Excellence journey and urge you to join us.
Award Levels
KYCPE recognizes award applicants at four levels: Level 1 - Interest; Level 2 - Commitment; Level 3 - Achievement; and Level 4 - Excellence.
Board of Directors

The Board is the group legally and financially responsible for KYCPE's  operations: the buck stops here. Directors are elected to rotating three-year terms to manage the legal affairs of the organization. A current list of officers and directors is on our website at


Volunteer examiners are trained each fall in preparation for dissecting award applications submitted in December. Examiners work in teams of 2-7 people (depending upon the Award Level being sought by the applicant). The examination process lasts from January through April and requires 40-80 hours of time from each examiner. Each examination team is lead by an experienced Team Leader. Potential examiners must submit an examiner application. See the calendar on menu bar at 
Operating Committees
Operating Committees manage KYCPE operations - the delivery of examiner & applicant training, examination and judging of award applicants, providing tools to applicants and examiners, conducting the annual Award Conference, and managing the consulting practice.

Organizations applying for a KYCPE award are one reason we exist. The Board of Directors, the Operations Committees, and the Examiners & Judges believe so strongly in the Baldrige Excellence Framework because the Framework has been shown to work. The Framework Criteria help organizations improve the financial bottom line; workforce engagement (excitement & commitment); customer, student, and patient satisfaction; innovation; and agility among other factors.  
KYPCE's first consulting clients were created by contract opportunity in the education field - K-12 - in Kentucky school districts. We expect to work with a minimum of 3 school districts and 4 hospital, manufacturing, and service companies during the current 2018 fiscal year.
Impact Statement
Accomplishments - Fiscal 2017 (8/1/2016-7/31/2017)
(1) Recognized seven organizations for performance excellence
(2) Increased examiner pool to 44
(3) Maintained $75,000 in reserve funds
(4) Instituted consulting services to help organizations - now in third year of with KY school districts - currently working with 3 districts on process improvements resulting in $1,500,00 in savings and additional income
(5) Reworked the board structure; expanded board to 14 members; instituted nine active working committees
Goals - Fiscal 2018
(1) Assist 18 organizations through the consulting service
(2) Increase number of applicants for the award program to 12
(3) Increase examiner pool to 50
(4) Grow number attending annual conference to 150
(5) Grow membership
Needs Statement
Needs Statement
(1) Grow pool of qualified examiners
(2) Improve examination process
(3) Grow number of applicant organizations for award
(4) Recruit new additional board members
(5) Increase number of donors, sponsors, and members
(6) Increase consulting opportunities
CEO/Executive Director Statement
KyCPE combines the Baldrige Excellence Frameowork with multi-sector experience to facilitate leadership development and organizational improvement.
We focus on assisting organizational self-assessment - and objective external evaluations using the proven criteria. Organizations gain insights that drive immediate improvement priorities through their self-assessment. Then, they receive feedback from a talented group of trained examiners that provides a deeper understanding of priorities for improvement as well as strengths worthy of note that could serve as the foundation for improvement.
In the end, organizations that turn their insights and feedback into action are far more likely to excel at their mission. 
Additionally, KyCPE consults, under contract, with school districts and other organizations to improve processes, develop leadership, and develop strategic planning capabilities.
Board Chair Statement
The Kentucky Center for Performance Excellence was founded in 2004 to promote and support performance improvement for all organizations across the Commonwealth. The Center uses the Baldrige Excellence Framework as the principle tool for meeting these objectives. We use the Framework's Criteria for two key reasons: first, because they are proven, and second, because they can be applied to any type or size organization.
Our mission includes communicating the criteria for excellence to all organizations across Kentucky, helping them understand and apply the criteria, promote the sharing of best practices, and provide recognition for the organizations that set the example.
We are currently an all-volunteer organization comprised on a Board of Directors, Operations Committees, Examiners and Judges, all of whom contribute significant hours of their time in support of our mission. We are proud that, though the effort of our volunteers, Kentucky is one of the 38 states with a viable state-level program.
Our volunteers are passionate and willing to devote their personal time to helping Kentucky organizations learn and apply performance excellence principles and practices. However, as we look to the future, we are concerned about the long-term viability of the all-volunteer approach, and are seeking to establish a small professional staff to better help us serve the commonwealth 
Service Categories
Secondary Organization Category Public & Societal Benefit / Management & Technical Assistance
Tertiary Organization Category Public & Societal Benefit / Management & Technical Assistance
Geographic Areas Served
All organizations of any size can benefit from self assessment and external feedback aligned with the proven criteria; they can also benefit from tailored process improvement consulting services. Any organization that is centered in Kentucky may take advantage of thege Awards process provided by KyCPE. Any organization in the U.S. may take advantage of KyCPE's consulting services.
Typical organizations that DO use the criteria and KyCPE services include Healthcare, Education, Manufacturing, Government, Non-Profits, and service organizations.
Impact Questions
GoalsHelpWhat is the organization aiming to accomplish? This is the organization's ultimate goal for intended impact.
KYCPE uses the most accepted organizational improvement method in the United States, the Baldrige Excellence Framework, to help organizations improve planning, operations, and results. The Framework Criteria consist of questions designed to help organizations gain insight into the areas of leadership; strategic planning; customer-patient-student focus; measurement, analysis, and knowledge management; workforce focus; operations focus; and results.
KYCPE is focused upon helping all Kentucky organization achieve excellence in operations and sustainability. Currently, KYCPE is achieving the greatest success working with school districts, health care organizations, service providers, and manufacturers. For a list of award winners, visit our website at and choose "award winners" from the menu.
From 2008 through 2012, the only method used by KYCPE to achieve its aims was an award process. Organizations complete an application process at one of four levels of increasing difficulty, which applications are reviewed by teams of examiners and judges. The award process is still in place and culminates with awards at the annual conference each June.
In 2013, KYCPE added a consulting component to operations in order to provide direct assistance to organizations outside the award process. Consulting services generate income offsetting the cost of providing the service while providing ongoing assistance to organizations on the continuous improvement journey. KYCPE's first consulting contract was awarded in the education field, beginning in September 2014. Current, KyCPE is working with 14 consulting clients.
KYCPE's three-year goals are to constantly expand the pool of applicants for the award process as well as increasing the number of organizations with which it consults. From 2008 through 2015, award recipients include St. Joseph Health Systems, Pikeville Medical Center, Ephraim McDowell Health, Graves Gilbert Clinic, seven operations groups from Humana, a division of Louisville Metro Government, five school districts, NACCO Material Handling Group, and EKU College of Education, among others.
Implementing continuous improvement methods within organizations is difficult work - it competes for time and resources with organizations' government compliance mandates, personnel management, funding needs, and so forth. Helping organizations understand that the Criteria will align all operations is hard work, but those that commit to understanding are richly rewarded.
The impact upon the economy of the Commonwealth of Kentucky is measurable in terms of the success of individual organizations. An 11-year study comparing national award winners (that used the Baldrige Excellence Framework) against publicly traded companies in the same "space" (industry) found: operating income increased 91% vs. 43%; sales increased 69% vs. 32%; and the number of employees increased 23% vs. 7%. Similar results were found for small businesses using the Criteria. KYCPE's goal is to have this effect upon the Kentucky economy.
StrategiesHelpWhat are the organization's strategies for its stated long-term goals?
KYCPE's strategies align with its goals stated above. The strategic action plan provides guidance and a ranking of importance. Each of the strategies enumerated below is implemented by assigning: a series of action steps, the deliverable result, an owner of the process, a due date, and a status update (in process or completed).
Rank 1 - Recruit qualified new members to the Board of Directors. The Board meets monthly and coordinates all activity of this all-volunteer organization. A former goal, now achieved, was to make these Board and Operating Committees meetings available to members scattered all across Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Indiana, and Illinois. We now use free conference call technology to bring the Board and Committees together by sharing images, data, and voice.
Rank 1 - Increase Membership. Membership in KYCPE is available in many categories from individual to organizational and at a variety of price points. From a sustainability standpoint, membership growth in all sectors is needed - health care, education, service, manufacturing, government.
Rank 1 - Increase Donors. This category encompasses individual donors, organizational donors, and grants. The growth of the donor base will allow KYCPE to add full-time staff to help grow programs and outreach.
Rank 1 - Recruit, train, and retain qualified examiners. Examiners comprise the teams that examine applications and provide quality feedback to applicants. The feedback report helps applicants to understand the strengths of what they are doing right and the opportunities for improvement (OFIs). The OFIs lead organizations into ever deepening analysis, using the Framework's Criteria, and improving planning, operations, and results.
Rank 1 - Improve Examination Process.  Annual improvement to the examination process operates on a plan-do-check-act (PDCA) basis for continuous improvement. Suggested improvements and criticisms are invited from award applicants and judges - changes are implemented - the results of the changes examined - the process is altered to retain the best of the changes - and the cycle begins anew.
Rank 1 - Grow applications. Increasing the number of applications means increasing the number of Kentucky organizations utilizing the Baldrige Excellence Framework. Growth is targeted in all sectors.
 Rank 2 - Improve Value Delivery for Conference Attendees and Profitability. Conference attendees receive two full days of learning opportunities through breakout sessions led by national award winners as well as experts in Lean Six Sigma, ISO, and other process improvement techniques. To improve the value received by attendees, the PDCA method described above is utilized. Profitability of the conference is targeted for improvement because conference income is a major source of income for sustainability.
 Rank 2 - Conduct & Grow Consulting Services External to Application Cycle. The consulting service component of KYCPE services was new in the fall of 2013. The first consulting contract was obtained in September 2014 and KyCPE is now (FY 2016) in its second year of process improvement contracts with school districts. We intend to expand this consulting program and to undertake process improvement work funded by federal grants in FY 2017.
CapabilitiesHelpWhat are the organization’s capabilities for doing this? What resources, capacities, and connections support its progress towards long-term goals?
KYCPE's capabilities to accomplish its mission and goals include:
(1) Board of Directors and Operations Committees comprised of 14 dedicated volunteers from many work backgrounds: service, manufacturing, health care, education, and law.
(2) Pool of 50 active volunteer examiners and judges who work to evaluate applicants' submissions for awards and provide quality feedback to applicants.
(3) Current partnerships include: KY Association of School Administrators, KY Association of School Superintendents, KY Department of Education, The American Society for Quality (ASQ), Louisville Metro Government, and Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) College of Education.
IndicatorsHelpHow will the organization know if it is making progress? What are the key qualitative and quantitative indicators against which the organization assesses its progress toward its intended impact?
KYCPE's Indicators are Described as follows:
Measure                     Target (annual)     Target Date           Current
# of Award Applicants   25                          12/22/2017               7
# of Examiners               75                          12/22/2017               45
# of Consulting Clients   10                          6/1/2017                  3
Net Cash Assets            $150,000                 6/1/2017                  $95,000
Part-time Ex. Director     1                            6/1/2017                  0
Memberships                 20                           6/1/2017                    17
Donor & Grant Income   $35,000                 6/1/2017                  $2,500
Improve examination process                      Continuous               Good
System to measure client value received       6/1/2017                 Working
 Assessment & Improvement Process
 Assessments of processes (application process, examination process, consulting process) are undertaken through oral and written feedback mechanisms including satisfaction surveys, interviews, and questioning during the process itself (dynamic). Assessments of quantitative goals are made through written reports and reviews at monthly operations committee meetings.
The improvement process for KYCPE is a continuous cycle. A strategic action plan is developed from the strategic plan goals. Action plan steps and targets are assigned to individual members of the operations committee; reports of progress and current status are made monthly to the operations committee by means of oral and written reports. The action plan is updated following reports to the OC, and the cycle continues. The strategic and action plans are revisited annually to ensure that all action steps align with the revised strategic plan. KYCPE has made steady progress from 2008 onward using this methodology.
ProgressHelpWhat has and hasn’t been accomplished so far? Volunteer 'heroics' and sound process management have helped KyCPE grow from a small startup organization to a growing viable provider. We have grown our volunteer base of committee members, Board members, trained examiners, donors and members. Our financial status provides us with the ability to extend our services to more clients in diverse regions of Kentucky. All donations and member fees are applied 100% to customer services. Board members are also donors due to their passion for the work of KyCPE.
Board Chair
Board Chair Kenneth Maxik
Company Affiliation CompleteRX
Term Aug 2017 to July 2018
Board Members
Dean BondhusHumanaVoting
Kevin ConnelleyRetiredVoting
Karen DoddKDEVoting
Dan DufresneConsultantVoting
Jim EvansLee County Schools
Bob GardnerXeroxVoting
DeVon HankinsLouisville Metro Government
Kenneth MaxikHospital Pharmacy Management ServicesVoting
Natarajan MurugesanHDCVoting
Eric-Stephan NeillLexMarkVoting
Michele ReynoldsJessamine County Schools
Danny SidersI.B. Moore Co., LLCVoting
John SimsonWesbato Roof SystemsVoting
Maureen WashburnDet Norske VeritasVoting
Board Demographics - Ethnicity. Add number
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 12
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 1 Indian (subcontinent)
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 10
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 88%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Standing Committees
Board Development / Board Orientation
Program / Program Planning
CEO Comments Passion for excellence and funding sources are our two primary challenges. Opportunities are great for all organizations in the commonwealth. We have had a significantly positive impact on the organizations served - however, our impact opportunities are great since only a small fraction of organizations in Kentucky have used the Baldrige Excellence Framework and many are still unaware that these excellent services are available to them at rates that are far less than consulting services from a professional consulting firm.
CEO/Executive Director
Executive Director Ken Maxik
Term Start Aug 2017
Experience Mr. Maxik is the Director of Patient Safety and Pharmacy Compliance for CompleteRx Ltd, and a contracted Generalist Surveyor for DNV GL Healthcare. He brings over 20 years of hospital operations, management consulting, and healthcare executive experience to the firm. He is a Certified Master Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma, ISO 9001 Auditor, Senior Member of the American Society for Quality, and a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.

He has managed a broad spectrum of engagements throughout the US in the areas of general operations improvement, pharmacy compliance, patient safety initiatives, and hospital benchmarking.
Full Time Staff 0
Part Time Staff 0
Volunteers 77
Contractors 12
Retention Rate 100%
Management Reports to Board? Yes
Staff Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 11
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 1 Indian(subcontinent India)
Staff Demographics - Gender
Male 9
Female 3
Unspecified 0
Former CEOs
Dean BondhusAug 2015 - July 2017
Bob GardnerAug 2013 - Sept
Senior Staff
Title Manager of Consulting Services
Experience/Biography Conley manages KyCPE's consulting services as an independent contractor under contract. His prior experience includes: attorney with practice limited to nonprofit organizations; lecturer on federal grant management; professor of business management; Examiner, Baldrige National Awards Program; manager of small business development division in state government; manager of statewide nonprofit programs offering procurement technical assistance.
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
NonManagement Formal Evaluation Yes
Non Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
CEO Comments As an all volunteer organization, we are challenged with rapid response on occasion. We are developing a strategy to hire a part time ED and/or administrator to facilitate program growth.
The applicant award program is designed to allow organizations to progress through four Levels in a journey toward performance excellence. The program is based upon the Baldrige Excellence Framework, a product of the National Institute for Science and Technology within the United States Department of Commerce. The tool used in the applicant process is the Framework's Criteria. The Criteria are not standards; they comprise a series of questions built in layers - by peeling away each layer, another layer of questions is presented. By answering the questions, an organization learns how all its parts work together. The Criteria address the areas of leadership; strategic planning; customer focus; measurement, analysis, and knowledge management; workforce focus; operations focus; and results.
 Organizations learn to apply the Criteria for Performance Excellence by writing an application at one of four Levels: (1) Interest. This application is a five-page explanation of the organization's profile (who, what, when, where, how) coupled with a short survey; (2) Commitment. This application consists of a 15-page application digging a little deeper in how the organization answers questions contained within the Criteria; (3) Achievement. The achievement level application consists of 35 pages answering yet more of the questions contained within the Criteria; and (4) Excellence. This application comprises a 50-page application addressing all aspects of the Criteria.
Each application is reviewed by a team of two to seven examiners who develop a feedback report to help the applicant progress. The feedback report is examined by a panel of judges who ensure that the feedback report is well written and is an asset to the applicant.
 Each applicant is recognized at some level (not necessarily the level at which it applied) at an annual conference.
Budget $40,000
Category Education, General/Other Education, General/Other
Population Served Adults, Other Economic Level, Other Economic Level
Program Short Term Success The short term for the award applicant program is one year. An organization applying for the Level 1 award will see an immediately improvement in its internal operations just by implementing the Criteria among its workforce. Learning about the Criteria, writing an application, receiving the feedback report, and implementing the feedback report requires a one-year cycle.
Program Long term Success
Long-term success for the award applicant program is the multiplication of the number of organizations in all sectors utilized best management practices. There many organizational tools - ISO, Six Sigma, Lean - but the Criteria for Performance Excellence is the thought process for integrating these standards and approaches into a strong, functioning, successful organization.
 The adoption of the Criteria as the principal management tool will move Kentucky organizations to the forefront on the national stage.
Program Success Monitored By
Program success is monitored by:
(1) Surveys conducted at and following the annual conference;
(2) Oral questioning and surveys conducted during applicant training classes;
(3) Examiner oral and written survey feedback following examiner training; and
(4) Examiner written feedback following the applicant examination process.
These feedback loops are received an integrated into operations through the monthly meetings of the Operations Committee (OC).
Examples of Program Success
Program success is evidenced by:
(1) Number of applicants continuing the process, year-over-year. NACCO Material Handling Group, Humana Quality Engineering, Union County Public Schools, Montgomery County Public Schools, and others (see website listing of award winners at have moved from Level 1 upward in a continuous cycle of improvement.
(2)  The number of people wanting to learn more about the Criteria for Performance Excellence as examiners is increasing. Examiners are principally people interested in quality improvement. The involvement of examiners has grown steadily from 2008-2013 from 10 to 50 examiners.
(3) National Baldrige longitudinal studies demonstrating significantly greater improvement in number or employees, gross income, and net profit of organizations adopting the Criteria over those organizations not adopting the Criteria.
KYCPE's consulting program was a new initiative (Fall 2013) to assist organizations to implement the Baldrige Excellence Framework outside of the Award Application process.The first consulting contract, in the education field, was signed in September 2014. We are currently working (FY 2017) with 14 schools districts as the consulting practice has expanded.
Many organizations desire the benefits of implementing the Framework - engaged workforce, higher profitability, better market penetration - through a short-term engagement rather than the multi-year application process. The consulting program supplies KYCPE consultants to work directly with the organization, supplying tested approaches to improvement of operations. As opposed to the applicant award program, the consulting program can supply prescriptive methods and tools for organizational improvement.
Budget $108,000
Category Education, General/Other
Population Served Adults, US, Adults
Program Short Term Success
Short-term success will consist of increasing the number of Kentucky organizations adopting the Criteria for Performance Excellence as the guiding philosophy for organizational improvement.
 The number of organizations that are consulting clients at the start of the consulting program (Fall 2013) stands at zero. The short-term goal is to increase that number by five each of the first three years: 5 clients during year 1, 10 clients during year 2, and 15 clients during year 3.
Program Long term Success
Long-term success for the award applicant program is the multiplication of the number of organizations in all sectors utilized best management practices. There many organizational tools - ISO, Six Sigma, Lean - but the Criteria for Performance Excellence is the thought process for integrating these standards and approaches into a strong, functioning, successful organization.
 The adoption of the Criteria as the principal management tool will move Kentucky organizations to the forefront on the national stage.
Program Success Monitored By
Measures of Success for the Consulting Program are measures of the client organization's success:
(1) Increase in net profitability;
(2) Decrease in employee turnover rate (employee engagement);
(3) Increase in client's customer satisfaction (Note: in the healthcare world, customers are called patients; in the education world, customers are called students.); and
(4) Increase in product/service quality.
Examples of Program Success This is a brand new program; client success data will become available in the Fall 2014.
Description Using the services of MoreSteam, KyCPE offers an on-line program to help individual acquire the analytical skills inherent in Lean Six Sigma. See the link at
Program Comments
CEO Comments
Our challenges are similar to other all volunteer organizations. Managing activities is not the biggest challenge since we have talented folks with management skills and a passion for the work of KyCPE. Three primary challenges that we do face include:
  1. finding more talented resources (volunteer examiners, judges, committee members, and board members) to expand our impact, 
  2. educating the general population of the value inherent in application of the proven criteria. (If they recognize the value and use the criteria in their daily work, they are far more likely to improve.)
  3. reaching donors and members that recognize the value proposition and are able to contribute to the cause - enabling us to expand our services.
Plans & Policies
Organization has a Fundraising Plan? Under Development
Organization has a Strategic Plan? Under Development
Years Strategic Plan Considers 3
Date Strategic Plan Adopted July 2017
Management Succession Plan? Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
KYCPE collaborates with the Kentucky Department of Education, the Kentucky Association of School Administrators, and Humana, among others, in the delivery of its services.
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the Government? No
Revenue vs Expenses - All Years
Expense Breakdown - Recent Year
Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Start Aug 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End July 31, 2018
Projected Revenue $131,000.00
Projected Expenses $121,000.00
Endowment Value $2,950.00
Spending Policy Income Only
Percentage 5%
Detailed Financials
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available). Revenue from foundations and corporations may be included in individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201620152014
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Individual Contributions$1,749$5,094--
Investment Income, Net of Losses$134$2,143$2,922
Membership Dues$8,325--$4,700
Special Events----$5,792
Revenue In-Kind------
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$134,861$105,277$14,334
Administration Expense$5,182$640$14,847
Fundraising Expense------
Payments to Affiliates----$10,121
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.110.921.08
Program Expense/Total Expenses96%99%36%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$73,779$48,706$50,869
Current Assets$69,096$48,706$45,757
Long-Term Liabilities$10,044----
Current Liabilities----$530
Total Net Assets$63,755$48,706$50,339
Form 990s
2017 Form 990
2016 Form 990
2015 990EZ
2014 990N Postcard
2013 990N 2013
2012 990N 2012
2011 990N
2008 Form 990
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
State Registration Yes
CEO Comments KYCPE operates with volunteers including unpaid Officers and Board members. KyCPE has one contract person to manage its consultant services and five paid consultants. The size of the operations budget has not necessitated an outside audit - the financials are examined monthly by way of internal audit.
Foundation Staff Comments
This organization files the 990N, which contains no financial information. All financials were provided by the organization. Numbers are unaudited.
Address 710 E MAIN ST
LEXINGTON , KY 405021602
Primary Phone 859 281-1171
Contact Email
CEO/Executive Director Ken Maxik
Board Chair Kenneth Maxik
Board Chair Company Affiliation CompleteRX